KNUTSON: F-1 Saying Goodbye To Malaysia

It’s been no secret that the days of the Malaysian Grand Prix have been winding down. But now it’s official: This year will be the 19th and final edition of the Formula One race in Malaysia.

FENWICK: Early Season Observations

With the season well underway at the time of this writing, we wanted to share a few observations we’ve made based on what we’ve seen so far this year.

ARGABRIGHT: Dawn Of The Indy Racing League

Twenty years ago the world of Indy car racing changed dramatically with the introduction of a new technical formula backed by the fledgling Indy Racing League.
Keith Waltz

WALTZ: Is Social Media Hurting Racing?

These days eight-time World of Outlaws Crafts­man Sprint Car Series champion Donny Schatz is as quick thinking and articulate off the race track as he is behind the wheel of the No. 15 Arctic Cat sprint car owned by Tony Stewart.

SHEHEEN: Visiting The Uvalde Proving Grounds

Chances are you have never heard of Uvalde, Texas. Located an hour and a half southwest of San Antonio, the town’s population is 16,284. It's also the birthplace of movie stars Dale Evans and Matthew McConaughey.

RODDA: NorCal Notes

Four of 13 events in the Sprint Car Challenge Tour for winged 360 sprints have been run. The other nine are spread out until early November

BOURCIER: Remembering Pete Hamilton

The plan was to get to the top and the route he took was so perfect that it ought to be hung as a blueprint in the bedrooms of aspiring racers everywhere.

MARTIN: IndyCar Gains More Momentum

A new Verizon IndyCar Series season dawned with an unusual sense of confidence and optimism, especially after all four major manufacturers involved with the series announced multi-year contract extensions on March 11.

RICE: Not Driving, But Still Keeping Busy

While I’m not behind the wheel of an IndyCar anymore, my motorsports career hasn’t stopped as I serve as a driver coach to the younger competitors and still am a spotter in the Indianapolis 500.

HEDGER: Remembering George Fisher

One of the sport’s great “behind-the-scenes” mechanical talents, George Fisher, passed away last October at age 60 with relatively little fanfare.

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